CAMPAIGN DIARY: Star-studded night at Godman’s ... minus the promised celebrities

Was there anyone who wasn’t at Godman’s party? Its bash at the Cafe de Paris, to celebrate being Campaign’s production company of the year, was probably one of the most talked-about events since, well, last week’s party.

Was there anyone who wasn’t at Godman’s party? Its bash at the Cafe

de Paris, to celebrate being Campaign’s production company of the year,

was probably one of the most talked-about events since, well, last

week’s party.



Despite all the panicked phone calls and dress rehearsals, neither

Robbie Williams nor George Michael managed to turn up, but Ewan McGregor

could have been there if Godman’s Mark Denton had invited him when the

pair were drinking next to each other in the Union only an hour

before.



Several of the usual suspects made an appearance, but none could

outshine Big Norm of Cheers fame, currently appearing in a West End

show, who put in a quintessential performance propping up the bar.



Most confused were the Japan-ese tourists outside the club who, excited

by the paparazzi taking snaps of the guests as they arrived, were avidly

trying to work out which of them were celebrities. They may well have

been disappointed.



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